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Invesco Russell Midcap Pure Value ETF (PXMV) Quote & Summary Data

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PXMV 
$30.39
*  
0.1498
0.49%
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Key Stock Data

Today's High / Low
$ 30.58 / $ 30.39
Share Volume
2,255
90 Day Avg. Daily Volume
5,542
Previous Close
$ 30.5398
52 Week High / Low
$ 32.23 / $ 28.87
Market Cap
50,143,500
Annualized Dividend
N/A
Ex Dividend Date
N/A
Dividend Payment Date
N/A
Current Yield
3 %

Intraday Chart

Shares Traded

Share Volume:
2,255
90 Day Avg. Daily Volume:
5,542

Trading Range

The current last sale of $30.39 is 5.26% Higher than the 52 week low.

Intraday Last 52 Weeks
High: $ 30.58 $ 32.23
 Low: $ 30.39 $ 28.87

Description

The PowerShares Russell Midcap Pure Value Portfolio is based on the Russell Midcap Pure Value Index. The Fund will invest at least 90% of its total assets in the component securities that comprise the Index. The Index is composed of securities with strong value characteristics selected from the Russell Midcap Index. Securities are weighted based on their style score. The Fund and the Index are rebalanced and reconstituted annually.


Underlying Index Russell Midcap Pure Value Index
Management Fee 0.39
Asset Class equity
Leverage 1
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